Hiking - ItinerÓnnia: footpath network
From the Pyrenees to the Mediterranean
ItinerÓnnia also offers various itineraries by some of the most interesting places in the region.
Use this site to plot your route through the network of trails ItinerÓnnia, and get:
- the length of the footparh, the travel time, the minimum and maximum height, the distance in descent and ascent in plan, the profile ... all this information ready to print or ready to download to your GPS. In addition, you will find information on more than 700 points of interest.
Have you found any sign that was missing? There was a tree that prevents the passage? Use this website to inform us of all incidents related to ItinerÓnnia. Thanks for your help!
Soon this service will also be available at RipollŔs.
ItinerÓnnia in La Garrotxa
In La Garrotxa, ItinerÓnnia has more than 700 km of signposted paths, from the Alta Garrotxa to the Vall d'Hostoles, from Collsacabra to Besal˙. Traditional paths, old drovers' trails, Mass paths...We are restoring the old communication routes between the region's villages for you and we present them laid out, accessible and signposted.
And while it's possible to reach almost any corner or little hamlet of the countryside by car, now you can also do it on foot. Just like a network of roads, through ItinerÓnnia you will be able to get to the most emblematic nooks of our land and discover places of great beauty and contrast. You will find a host of activities, restaurants and accommodation close to the paths, and be able to enjoy exquisite food from the area and take part in the activities that you most enjoy.
Type of signals (markings)
The ItinerÓnnia network's signals are yellow. You have to follow the yellow rectangles. At crossroads where several of the network's paths meet, specific vertical signals will help you to get your bearings. At the crossroad between a network path and a non-network path, there will not usually be any vertical sign. Each pole will indicate the basic location information relating to it.Maps and publications